We recently shared with our readers the very latest release from the publisher Rival, Funky Chicken, in proposing it as Slot of the Year. But another Slot in 3D also well deserves to be promoted. Indeed, in coming out with its new title, A Night in Paris, the developer Betsoft Gaming is trying to gain the upper hand over its main "Rival" in France!
Betsoft Gaming surpasses itself once again« French players will have reason to celebrate for a long time: with A Night in Paris, the developer has chosen to shine the spotlight on our marvelous capital in 3D decor, still just as breathtaking ».
Betsoft Gaming is decidedly not backing down! In its competitive struggle with Rival and Net Entertainment, the developer is probably the most ambitious and most consistent. It’s with methodical regularity that Betsoft Gaming has released new i-Slot Slots, certainly out of the need to meet the expectations of a clientele that is increasingly diverse and demanding. Except that this time, French players will have reason to celebrate for a long time: with A Night in Paris, the developer has chosen to shine the spotlight on our marvelous capital in 3D decor, still just as breathtaking.
This 21st title, consisting of 5 reels and 30 paylines, is rich in cinematographic animation and comes with an amplified digital sound system to allow players to enjoy themselves under optimal conditions. But it is once again in the scenario that Betsoft displays its prowess: in A Night in Paris, the player discovers the wonders of the most wondrous city in the world and is immersed into the heart of the Louvre, where a sly thief, Jacques, tries to steal works of art of inestimable value.
A very inspired Slot
"With A Night in Paris, we took certain elements of French culture and gave them a little humorous side," explained Anthony Locke, Director of Production at Betsoft. "The characters of Jacques, Jérôme and Pierre are such a source of joy that they make you laugh!".
Besides being fun, the new 3D Slot from the Betsoft studios seems particularly inspired. Paris seems to have been the theme of much artistic work at the début of summer 2011. Let’s recall that Woody Allen released a film, Midnight in Paris, in which Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams are at complete leisure in discovering the sublime colors of this nocturnal city. On October 12, we should also find in the movie houses an animated film directed by Éric Bergeron, A Monster in Paris, which once again exploits scenery that is decidedly aesthetic.